Circus Uses Holograms to Avoid Animal Cruelty

The circus is going 3D!

A Berlin-based circus by the name of Circus Roncalli uses holograms instead of real animals to avoid animal cruelty. The circus, which was founded in 1976, stopped using real animals in the 1990s. Today, the "Storyteller" show, which cost about 29-70 Euros per ticket, features real human clowns, trapeze artists, acrobats, dancers, and more.



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